As members of this esteemed group of artists, it is with immense pride that we present our annual exhibit. Each year, we gather to showcase the results of our creative labors, in the hopes of inspiring and captivating our audience. Through the mediums of painting, sculpture, photography, and more, we share our unique perspectives and experiences with the world. Our art tells stories that speak to the soul, evoking emotions and stirring the imagination. We invite you to join us on this intricate journey of beauty and creativity, as we present our works in this year's exhibit. Enjoy and explore the depths of our artistry, and let it take you on a transcendent journey.
Pat Barrett, David Cohen, Donald Dahlke, Kay Henning Danley, Mark Danley, Dianne Jean Erickson, Sally Finch, Jeffrey Fuchs, Jon Gottshall, Nancy Helmsworth, Joanie Krug, Jeff Leake, Maude Ann May, James Reed, Sharon Servilio, Alan Wieder, Jeffrey Wallin
Working Apart - Coming Together
Gallery 114 Member Exhibit
June 1-July 1, 2023
First Thursday Opening Reception: June 1, 5 - 8pm
In the Deep End - Juried Exhibit - July 6 - 29
A juried exhibit for artists that take risks. If you plunge into uncharted territory and venture to frontiers in your practice, we want to see the results!
Alan Wieder/Ryan Alexander Tanner - August 3 - September 3
Alan Wieder - Cuba: 2016 to 2023
Ryan AlexanderTanner - Muhammad Ali: The Greatest Comics Biography of All Time
Joanie Krug/Mark Dunst - September 7- 30
Joanie Krug - Exuberance
An exhibit that invites the viewer to feel energy and aliveness through color, shape and movement. Events within the month - Performance of “The Deck Boys”- acoustic tunes, September 16, 7 to 9pm, no cover charge.
Mark Dunst - Beyond the Now
We are in a hamster wheel that endlessly spins in the "eternal present," making it feel impossible to move forward—our past offers no viable solutions to current crises, and our present, marked by complexity, acceleration and instability, is disconnected from any shared vision of the future. This body of work delves into the shared spaces between the past, present, and future, embraces the inherent uncertainty and searches for beauty in the struggle to envisage what could exist "beyond the now."
Jeff Leake - October 5 - 28
Nancy Helmsworth / with Doug Anderson and Shelly Fredenberg - November 2 - 28
Maude May - December 2 - 30
Painting the InBetween
Kay Henning Danley
May 4 - 27, 2023
“Painting the In Between” is the place I go when I'm painting. It’s not realism. And it's also not completely divorced from realism. It's an “in between place” where my best work happens.
ACCOMPLICE - Reasonings, Reckonings and Ratios from Elsewhere
March 2 - April 1, 2023
Accomplice is given form and content by these visual artworks and the participation of the viewer in the creative process.
I was challenged by the 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional visual design elements that I used in creating these compositions when I chose certain materials and objects to work with. However , with these challenges I was able to discover form and content that I was not yet conscious of.
Cleveland High School's International Baccalaureate Visual Arts Exhibition
March 2 - April 1, 2023
Cleveland High School HL IB Art seniors presented a selection of their best work, a two year culmination of their IB experience.
Adele Avenoso, Ellie Buck, Isabella Cummings, Liam Everson-O’Neil, Ada Hofmeister, Chloe Isaacman, Zeqe Golomb, Salem Khour, Chloe Maher, Lauran Shanley, Grace Springer, Madeleine Wright
Two Thousand Nine Hundred Miles Away
Jeffrey Fuchs / Sharon
February 2 - 25, 2023
Opening Reception: 1st Thursday, February 2, 5 to 8pm.
How do we locate ourselves in time and space? Points on a map exert a psychic pull on us, whether through lived experience, family of origin, ancestry, or a lineage of artistic influences we've never met. What does distance mean in a hyperconnected, context-collapsed world, and how is our perspective mediated when we are a nation or a neighborhood away? Some places take on a mythical quality or represent something lost, and others we distance ourselves from, only to be drawn back later in life. How do we hold this constellation while remaining present, engaged, and in relationship with our time and place in this moment?
Juried Exhibit - "What If"
A Nationally Juried Exhibit
January 5 - 28, 2023
“Last night while I lay thinking here
some What Ifs crawled inside my ear
and pranced and partied all night long
and sang their same What If song” (from a Shel Silverstein poem)
Donald Dahlke / Agglomerations
Dianne Jean Erickson / Object and Line
December 1 - 30, 2022
Donald: My concept of visual art is a process of discovery not bound by artistic convention. My approach is experimental and combines geometric and organic techniques creating entities reflecting my perception of a complex world.
Dianne: In my last two series "Women With Attitude" and "Stacked," I used a great deal of color. In this new series "Object and Line," I wanted to simplify color and object, keeping this statement in mind, "what is not included is as important as what is..." The background becomes as important as the object within.
Open Channels - Jon Gottshall with Kerry Davis and Anna Daedalus - November 3-26
In the Zone - Serena Barton with Jo Grishman - October 6 - 29
My aim in this body of work is to express the essence of my passions and the excitement of learning itself in visual form.
About Face - Mark Danley - September 1 - October 1
RED SCARE - Ruth Ross with Diane Kendall - August 4 - 27
There was no doubt that the “witch hunts” of the 40’s and 50’s, which resulted in the deaths of the Ethel and Julius Rosenberg impacted profoundly my parent’s sense of security. We fled without telling anybody. And most of this was never discussed again.
We Are All In This Together - July 2022
Showcasing New Members' work in our Main Gallery
Donald Dahlke, Kay Henning Danley, Dianne Jean Erickson, Jeffrey Fuchs, Sharon Servilio
Established members' work featured in our South Gallery
Pat Barrett, Serena Barton, Mark Danley, Jon Gottshall, Joanie Krug, Jeff Leake, Maude Anne May, James Reed, Ruth Ross
Is It Done Yet? Juried Exhibition - June 2022
Juried exhibition, artists: Kayla Beware, Kelly Borrero, Kate Clevenger, only Furtado, Nancy Helmsworth, Chip Ingram, Robin Kerr, Joe Latomirsky, James McKenna, Dorsadaf Moinzad, Kristine Riddle, Preeti Schaden, Greer Siegel, Shannon Tallcouch, Jack Upston, Lars Westby, Alan Wieder, Kory Woolons.